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THE CAUIO DAILY BULLUTIN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1878.
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PUTNAM. BROWN, TAYLOR
W ar miisarabl. Tbr li Mr. Put
dmt, ft Try clvr fentloman, who It ft
candldkt for county tcbool uprinUnd
nt. "W wnt to iupport him. lift hu
tha appcaranc of ft wan we would tab ft
plftHur in voting for, but we cn't;
tbftl'i tb long ftnd the ihort of it. Be
eftuie, bare we not all fttong declare! that
we detired to elect lady to that office?
Would wa be Justified now in
going back on tbat declaration?
Wa appeal to Mat llarrell, and
Alf. Oomingi. We hare bad a preientU
ment that we would become mean if we
did. So, when Mri. Taylor announced
aenelf at a candidate ive were ai hippy
a a big lunflower. and promliod hor our
aupport. But now cotnei Mrt. Brown, of
Thebaa, ai energetic a lady ai evr bindled
the ferule in a ichool room, juat tlo
woman aa Mri. Taylor ii alio juat the
woman for the place, and announce her
self at a candidate. We want to tupport
her, loo. We almoit rowed that if erer
the were a candidate we would
vote for ber thouiand timet, and now
aha la a candidate and we are pledged 1
Confound It, what ft dilama? And thit it
what womant right bringt a man to
Therefore we who were for tboie rightt
are now agaimt them ; and put out into
the cnuade cheering for Brown and Taj
lor and Taylor and Brown.
"TUB 8TATEOF CHICAGO."
The Chicago Timet,' probably reflect
isg the aentimenta of a majority of the
people of Cook county who bailey the
board of equalization bat unjuttly added
to their heavy burden of taxation by rait'
lag the atteated value ef property in that
county many million of dollar, advo
cate the erection of Ceok, Du Page and
Lake counties into a teparate itat to be
known by the name of "the ttate of Chi
The proposition will, at the 'Timet' pre
dicU, be received with little favor outtldo
of the complaining district, but in our
opinion it it a good tuggettion worthy of
Jtvery penon who hat observed the
drift of legislation in this state during the
last put decade, and who hu studied its
probable coniequences, must have been
taught by such observation tbat Cook
county la to all intents and purposes a po
litieal toly distinct from the other coun
tie of the slate, needing legislation not in
any particular adapted to the great major
ity of the other counties, and not willing
to give toothsr count! lb legislation
their interest frequently imperatively de
Band. Under the old constitution Cook
county wu the corruption of legislation
is Illinois. It purcbued the legislation
wanted by the cliques that controlled it,
and among its other purchase!, bought
the "Lake Front Swindlo," in part pay
ment for which (in the way of barter) it
gave to the southern counties tbo then
railroad building part of the state the
law giving to the counties subscribing to
railroads the increase of ttate taxet in
thote countlet OTtr thoie of 180, a law
against which the papert or Chicago are
now loudly Inveighing. Under the old
system, by eorrnptlon, Chicago controlled
the legislature of Illinois, drew to itself
prosperity and drove prosperity out of
Egypt. Then Chicago was to all intents
and purposes the stair of Illinois.
While the constitutional convent)!! was
deliberating in lSSM, anomalous position
of Cook county in tbe itate was a fact that
gave to ibe members much difficulty. All
acknowledged that spocinl legislation wa
aa aril Ibe crushing of which was Impera
tively demanded by tbe interests of Ibe
people, but it was obvious tbat general leg
islation, in the broad acceptation of that
term, could not be mad practicable
Cook county, with it great population
and it p:ullar interettt, wu lb stumb
ling block. Legislation necessary for
Cook would bo unnecessary in any other
county, and legislation adapted to all
other cour.tl would be untirely unsuited
o oo. xnrrore, there was, so to
peak, a constitution for Cook
county, injected into tbe belly
or me constitution of the state
of Illlnlos, and the Cook county del
egation in tbe general assembly
is a Day pratically separate
and distinct In fact, if not in name, tbe
legislature of the ttate of Cook. Bills,
general in their terms, but especially ap
plicabla to Cook, are prepared by this dl
egation, ana pushed through by the argu
menu Wa want thlt legiilation ; it
don't affect the people outside of Cook
and you have no right to tay anything
bout It." The only ute tbe member out
aide of Cook are even put to when a Cook
county quution it under discussion and
tbe Cook county delegation is divided in
reference to it, it to act at arbitrators and
daeida between the factions. But, on the
other hand, the Cook county delegation
fcaa it meddletome finger in
everybody' pie, and vote down
vary proportion for the benefit of the
atoU oMtoido of Cook, unlett the memben
waa kalieve their part of the state needs
U JofUlatlon will hint that when Cook
waaU aaytklag they will be very accom
Modeling. lm abort, in our opinion, Cook county is
a loxar kdulgeaco la which hu cost the
balttca ef the Ute untold tumi of monty.
Aaapoodily u pouibl Indulgence in it
oo44 U dUoantlnued. Therefore we
tUprillf afcoa' tba Chicago ' Times' mo-
ttoa for the erection of the ttate of Chi-
cago ; but we wish Cook to take with her
in bar secession all tbe counties south of
Springfield. Illinois stretches from the
north to the south, with little breadth
east and wast. In the southern part
of the state we have short winters, are an
agricultural and fruit and grape growing
people, with manufacturing possibilities
aecond to no section of Ibe republic. In
the northern part of tbe state the people
are speculators and draw their prosperity
from Chicago. Legislature tbat builds up
tbe Chicago section of Illinois pultt down
he Cairo taction. There thould be (II-
vorze between tnete sections; anu now
that Chicago it anxlout to ttcode we feel
inclined to bid her go in peace and tpeed
her on her way. With a ttate unincum
bered by the incubut of Chicago and the
northern interests, the northern boundary
being about Springfield and the capital at
Carbondale, DuQuoln or Contrail, South
ern Illinois within a decade would outstrip
in prosjarity the "state of Chicago," and
Cairo would take her place among the
great cities of the west
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
FROM NEW YORK.
TKOt'BLK IN Til GRANUKP.
Nbw Youk, Octokor lii. The Hoiton
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grange, composed ci grain ana coiuniis-
sion merchants, having been orderod to
disband by the G. M. of the National
grange, on tbo ground that it was not a
frmer'a crane. It baa refused and
threatens to carry tbo matter boforu tbe
National grange. The Boston grange re-
talus lis books, and Initials and members
are using tbo pais words and grips of tbe
The Ore department of tbii city hai
forwarded live hundred dollars by Adam's
Expreu to the Memphis Fire Belief as
tociatioo, and will send more in a fev
Bishop Cummins, of Kentucky, hst
written a letter, vindicating bit own con
duct and tbat of tbe Dean of Canterbury
in the matter of their communion in tbo
Presbyterian church. He says: '! deny
most emphatically that the Dean of Can
terbury or myself have violated tbe
aocleelutical order of tbe Churh of Eng
land, or of tbe Proteitant Episcopalian
church in this country.or have been guilty
of any open act of hostility to discipline
New Yokk, October 14. While a can
al boat with a tow wu comma down tbe
Hudson river yesterday, It came in collls
ion with a German barge, and tho cap.
lain of the canal boat, bis wife and two
children were swept Into the river and all
but one child drowned.
LITTKR FROM Till 1'ItK.llDXNT.
A publication it made in the Evening
Pott of to-day, of a letter from President
Grant to N. A. Cowday of the Continen
tal bank, dated tbo 6th,the presdent says :
"My whole object in tbe letter to Antbony
and Claflln was to restore confidence to
the public mind and give assurances tbat
the government would give all the aid in
its power in keeping in view at sometime
the solvency of the national treasury which
would be regarded as money in the troas
ury, and would be subject to rise lor the
purpose of showing that means are at
hand to give the relief we promise. I do
not believe the present panic will work to
individual, half the injury it will work to
the general good to the country at largo.
Our monitory system is creating of necess
ity. It has no eluticity, but in other
respects it is . the best that lias ever
been devised. No one now distrusts tbe
value of a paper dollar, on the contrary
it is seized and hoarded with the same
anidity now that the gold dollar line betn
in formor limes. Like adversities
will call attention to defects in our moni
tory system and will, no doubt, lead to
legiilation to relieve the want of elasticity.
The republic bit brought greenback!
about to par with illver. I wonder tbat
silver ii not already coming into market
to supply the deficiency in the circulating
medium. When it doti come, and I pre
dict that it will coma loon, we will have
made a rapid itride toward ipecio pay
ment. Curroncy will never go bilow af
ter that." The remainder of tbo letter ii
devoted to the vlewi ot the president ai
to silver as a circulating medium and sub
stitute for currency but have alreadv
been made public in recent interviews.
Three huudrod shares of Lake Shore
has just been sold out under rulo fur the
benefit of Boyd, Benson & Co. The linn
nu not failed, but Is selling Ibis itock to
get clsar of the Grinnoll complication.
Ibe suspension of Gillespie. Throw-
bridge A Co., tea dealers, is reported. A
mteting of tho creditors to-morrow.
Among the rumors afloat in Wall street,
ana wnicu nas materially emitted in
QSClino in stocks, is on tbat the New
York Central will not pay its rugular div
idaads. This rumor nbtalui significance
from the fact tbat parties have sold their
dividends at half a per cent, discount.
The Long Island savings bank in llrook-
lyn, wa robbed by a sneak thief of a box
containing bonds valued at between f 50,.
000 and 976,000.
of Woo. Hoyos & Co., bankers, and Wui.
Wbitmore A Co., brokers are announced.
of the Bank of England raited the rate
of ditcountthii morning from 5 to 0 per
cent. A heavy pretture to ull in tb mar
ket to-day forced prlcesjdown from 1 to 6
per cent.,insome case tb price were be
low tbe lowest quotations of the recent se
vere panic. Later there was an improve
mem from tbe lowest pelut.
There has been more or lets excitement
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in Wall street to-day attended with the
great depression in stocks, and this con
dition of affairs brought about by the ad
vance of the Bank of Kngland rate of
additional banking stock, and mercantile
failures, and the difficulty in procuring
money in large amounts on stock collater
ate. Tho banks are extending little or no
assistance to brokers, while foreign bank
era ara calling in loans on stocks and re
fusing to make any new loans; thus tbe
brokers generally have to resort to salts
to procure monoy In large amount, and
it was these
tbat dragged down the markol to-day.
The money markot closed at 1-16 to 3-10
por diem. Greenbacks closed firmer at
J to i promlum. Foreign exchange was
firm In tbe morning and banker advanced
rate to 7 and 8, but there was no
bond over 0 and 7, while at the closo,
prime bills could be bought at 6 and "J.
Custom receipts f3f,300. Gold active
and higher and advancod from 8 toOJ at
the close. Clearings 131,000,000. The
Militant troaaurer disbursed $110,000.
66,000 pounds of foreign specie has been
recolvcd at tho assistant olHco, the total
amount to ditto is 032,000 pounds. Gov
ernment bonds are Arm and advanced,
gold having impnrtod a strong tnnoto tho
Among the failures to-day were Win
Hayes & Co., bankers, W. M. Wliltte.
more A Co. Wise, Cove and O. H. Puree,
took brokers. Gillespie, A- Trowbridge,
tea merchants, and the sugar home ol
Burger, HartbasUV: Llvingtoje.
No failures were reported 'among dry
good! merchant! at tbo stock exchange
Boyd, Vlncont & Co. were sold out un
dor tho rate, but have not failed. Tbls
firm would like to share with two parties
who wanted thorn to sell out themselves,
but they declinud to violate their injunc
tion, and otbor parties sold them out un
der rule. The dilforonco amount to
$'.00,000, nearly all of which is and hai
been for sometime pail, upon dtpaiit In
the Trust Co. Railway and miscellane
ous sDcculation feverish. I
MEKTINQ or THE KAKUKRS' CLL'II.
At a meeting of tbe farmers club of tbe
American Initituto Edward Todd and
Thomas i). Robertson, of Minn., were ap
pointed a committee to collect Information
on fruit trees M home and abroad.
has seen the busiest time to-ily it nas
know so far as stock exchange li concern
ed, and pricei havo been allowed to fall
below the lowoit points touched in any ot
the panics of tbe past ten years. Tbe de
cline was attributed to various cauees,
some hold that the depression was due to
the order of Judge Batchford yesterday,
In relation to the bankruptcy ol Georgo
Bird and Grinnoll & Co., and ssid that un
til tbe injunction was removed. No ono
on tho street could tell bow soon tbo mar
ket would be flooded with stock, and so
long as il continues brokers will be unable
to borrow money. Others explain tbe
heavy tumble by tbo fact that large
amounts of stock carried on a margin baa
been sold, In consequence of operators
being tinabio to put up any more collater
als. It Is said tbat Vanderbill has
been a free seller, and that Jay Gould
has sold out stock which ho bought in
and could not deliver and has beon buying
havo been sent in to-day from almost
every quarter ordering tbe sale ol stocks
and outsiders ream panic stricken. Thero
in circulation regarding Daniel Drow and
Cornulius Vanderbilt. The fact tbat tbe
bankruptcy proceedinga agaimt Kcnyon,
Cox & Co. are directed againit Mr. Drew
inignifloant and Mr. Drew's contractori
are mppoied to be at the bottom of tbe
difliculty with Boyd, Vincent &. Co. ai
(thai always been Com. Vanderbilt'i pol
icy to bold up New York Central against
tbe tide no matter of what conicquonce to
in Central, 88) to K2J, to day ia lakun aa a
sign of the commodore's inability to bol
ster it up and tho sudden decline in
the whole list in which Western Union
fell from 67 J to 4 'J J and Lake Shore from
66 to 59J keeps pace it cannot but be dii
astrous to many houses largoly in-
tereited In tlieso stocks. It ii a stroet
whiipertbat the fall in Lake Shore is
partly engineered by the Vanderbilt party
with the intention of getting coutrol of
tbo road, juit as the Ilarlan road was cob
bled tome yean ago, ai tho road ii con
ildered neceuary to the inttrost of the
New York Central.
iiUKutit, njRriiAsr i.mrfcToN
euipunuiu, anu wie nouio la laid to be in
a lolvcnt condition, and is able to pay two
dollars fur uvttry one. The bank can
neithor borrow or inakocollocliona. Their
liabilities arc roported at tO.000,000, while
tboir aneti are placed at 111,000,000,
The failure of
oiLLr.ariE, tHovaKiior. a co..
ii owing to their customers not being able
HATES A CO.
lay that their Junior partner ii in Europe,
and their icnlor wu luddenly taken ill on
Saturday, while on his way home. Contt-
quenuy no butlrieas could be transasted
and suipenslon became Decenary until
Mr. Hayes, br., rocoveri. Their enomiti
ar buiy with rumors of evil and dliaster,
and their uiuucs are again banded about
m idly as ever at any tlmo lor tbe last
throe wcoks. Tl.o street is c.rtainly In a
panlcy shape; though it is to be hoped
that to-morrow will brine wltb it wore
reaion for the lookout tide. Wall ttreet
li none the leis cheering than tbls morn
Ing. The Exprosi taya that under a pres
sure to raise money, llrst-clais dividend
paying itock have ben thrown over
board for almost anything thy will brin;
and tb result is somothing very much
like another panic. Now is the time for
people who have money to invest to lose
their hoard, tbey will never have a better
oppertunlty to make money than picking
up at a cheap price valuable property
Cleveland, October 14. TIih eW.
Hons In this city to-day passed on"
very quietly and a light vote was pollod.
Five ticket were in the Held and much
scattering done. Tho returns will proba
bly be late throughout tlili section of the
Brio county Vermillion township, AI
len, Democrat, 12 majority ; Mulaml
Itopublican, Mt majority.
Summit county Akron, Third ward
Noye, 44 majority over Allen. Country
township, Allen, 70 majority. Domocratlc
gain 40. Cuyahoga polls Noyes 22 major
ity over Allsn. Ashtabula, Noyes 'JO ma
jorlty and German township gives Novo
Stark county Minerva, Republican
Cuyahoga county Solon lownililp, Ko
publlban majority 2".
Mahoning county Youngitown, Re
publican majority 310. Republican loss,
10. Boardman township, Republican ma
Lawrenco county Blackriver town
ship, Republican mr.Jorlty 82; Welling
ton township, Republican majority J40 j
Rochostor township, Rrpublicau majority,
Slyria, Itopublican mnj iritv, 31;
Greenwich, Republican majority, 3C;
Amherst, Noyes, 1 majority.
Tuscarrawa county Wnyburg town
ship, Republican majority, 61.
Portage county Democratic 14 ; lte
publlcbnCl; Prohibitionists 41.
Trumbull county Warren township,
Republican majority ; Champion town
ship, Republican majority 11.
Lake county Psyncsvllie, 270 Repub
Toledo, Octobor 14. Wood county
Weston township, 53 Republican majority;
Lakotownihlp, tie vote on governor, icst
of Republican ticket one majority.
Lucas county Silvanania township,
Republican majority 107; White-houso
township, Republican majority 19.
Henry county Bartlow towmh'p, Re
publican majority 1.
Ottowa county Portage township,
Democratic mojority 48; Put-in-Bay
township, Democratic majority 4; Benton
townihip, Democratic majority CS.
Sanduiky county Riley townihip, Al
len 128 majori'y; Hudson, Democratic
candidate for itate senator, 142 majority;
Fremont City township, Hudson 128 ma.
jority, Allen 13G majority; Daniel June,
Republican candidate foi representative,
probably eloctcd; Townseuu towusuip,
110 Republican majority; Lucky, Repub
lican candidate for state senator, 111 ma
Lucu county Spencer townihip, Re
publican majority 4i3.
Cincinnati, October 14. Tho voto
reported in tbe election Ii light. Tho day
hu been fair and order wai good. There
are throe tickets in the fluid with 00 can
didates in all and out of theio are made
many composition tickets. Indications
are tbat tbere has been much scrntcMng,
There are CO wards and precincts in tbe
city and county. The country will be
difficult and returns will be rocoived
slowly. The city has been redlstricted
into wards slnco last gubernatorial elec
tion which will make the comparision by
wards impossible oxcept on tho basis of
tho voto for secretary of stato last fall.
CoLUMUUf, October 14.-10:30 p. m.
Returns coming in slowly. All compari
sons made with the vote of secretary of
stnte in 1872.
Ashtabula county Two townships,
Democratic gain 07.
Champaign county Two townships,
Democratic gain 41.
Cuyapoga county One township, Demo
cratic gaid 38.
Erio county Two towmhipt, Demo
cratic gain Gi.
Ouerniey county One townihip, Re
publican gain 12.
Harrison county Throo townships, De
mocratic gain 38.
Huron county Two townships, Demo
cratic gain 5.
Henry county One township, Republi
can gain 0.
Lucas county Two townsbipi, Demo
cratic gain 13.
Licking county One townihip, und
Newark City, Republican gain 45.
Lorain county Hour townalilps, Ro
publican gain 60; Youngitown city, Re
publican gain CO,
Michigan county- Tliroo township?, De
mocratic gain 3.
Madison county Three townships, De
mocratic gain 81.
Marlon county --One township, Demo
cratic gain 16.
Ottawa county- Throo townships,
.Democratic gain 82.
Tresway county Clrcleville township,
democratic gain 40.
Stark county Ono townbij, Domocrat
lc gain 11,
Sandusky county One townihip, Dem
ocratic gain 9.
Summit county Two townihip and
ward in Akron, Democratic gain 170.
Tuicarawai county Three townihipj,
democratic gain 13.
Warren county One township, Repub
lican gain .
Washington county Two townibipi,
and Marietta city, Democratic gain 15.
Wood county -Two townships, Domo
PmLA.DEi.rAiA, October 14. All tho
wards in tho city but one show tbo fol
lowing reports for Judge or tho supremo
court: Gordon, Republican, 49,905;
Ludlow, Democrat, .19,298. Republican
majority 10,707. Stato treasury, Muckey,
Republican, 60,079; Hutchinson, Demo
crat, 31,870. Republican majority, 25,
100. For sheriff, Elliott, Republican, 64,.
416; Hall, Democrat, 29,700. Republican
DptMOWEH, Iowa, October 14. The
meager returns received here up to this
hour, mostly indicate that tho state Re
publican ticket has boen elected by from
30,000 lo 40,000 majority on tbo county,
local arid legtilatlve tlckrU. Thonj havo
been desporate contests, and lomo of tho
strong Republican counties havo gone
for tho state monopoly ticket. Retuns
from Madison, Powsblck, I)alla, Web
ter and Marion counties, received up to
11 o'clock, roport that tho county legisla
tive tickets in those counties are clectod
Mohasbol county, heretofore giving a
round Republican majority, Ii reported
as going for the anti-monopoly ticket by
1,200 majority. Monroe county givos the
Repulican state ticket 300 minority, but
elects tho anti-monopoly candidate for
treasuror and rcpreientativo. In Polk
county the Republican Unto ticket will
havo 900 inajorlty. Tho Republican
county ticket ii mostly elected by small
majorities while ita candidate for treat
uror ia undoubtedly defeated and III can
didato for senator Is close run If not de
feated. OH KG ON.
San FitANctsco, Octobor 14. Dis.
patches from Oregon to-night say tho elec
tion for congroismen patted o!T quietly.
A Portland dispatch says Ncsmlth is
probably elected by a small majority.
Tho San Francisco cadets arrived at Sac
ramento to-day from an eastern tour.
FROM WASHING TO X.
IttrOKT CALLED FOR.
Wamiinoto.v, Octobor 14. Tliu eomp
troller of curroncy yesterday liucd a cir
cular calling upon all tho national binka
for a roport of their condition at the close
of business on Friday, the 12th of Stj'
tombor, 1973. Tho bank superintendents
of tho itate of New York havu already
called for a roport of the condition of ull
tho stato banks in that stato for tbe same
day, so that a complote statement of all
banks, itiito and national, city anil sUte
of New York, can bo completed from
these returns when received.
Tho Jury In the case of Ida W. Vail,
who died from tbo ell'octi of abortion in
Jeney City, returned a verdict tht the
dcceaiod came to hor death by tho use of
an initrutnent In the hands of Dr. Cum
mings, assisted by Mrs. Croieen alius
MoUler; and that Alon.o Kimball wai
accoseory to irt the cnie before tbe grand
Mkmi'IU., Octobor, 13. Tbo following
ii tho mortuary report for the past 24
houn : .lohn O'Brien, yellow fever;
Mary Mclirlde, do; Domery Lamb, do;
Kato Casey, do; A. Ueldleberg, do; Thos.
Meloy, do; S. .1. Attle, do; Matt.
Foley, congestion of tbo brain; .1. C.
Murphy, yellow fovor, W.Taylor, cramp);
Mary C Coleman, yellow fever; Lewis
Uoswelbal, do; Geo. Granger, do; Fred.
Landor, do; Joseph Hainer, do, J. John
sob, do; Peter C. Hesx, do; Goo, Buihey,
do; J. C. Bryan, do; Tlios. O'Brien, do;
Unrrlion Prim, do; Booth Moore, do;
Dr. Patrick CriUIn, do: I. I. Hyuvotto,
do; Maggie C. Leo, do ; F. N. Roach, do.
Mrs. A. J. Saft, do; .1. F. Rick, do ; T
Cummings, do; Allen Thomas, do; J. K.
King, do; Mrs. Cunnello, do; M. Miller,
do; J. C. Arnea, do; Ii. .1. Jackson, con
sumption; W.W. Hill, yollow fever; .1-
Frink, do; J. C. Sweeney, do.
ON HER MUSCLE.
Sr. Loui, October 14. Mrs, Virginia
L. Miner, formorly president of tho Mil-
ourl state woman'a suffrage association,
and a leading spirit in tho woman's move
ment, has notified the board of assessors
of this county that she refuses to make to
them a return of her property subject to
taxation, on Ihn ground that under the de
cision of tbo supreme court of this state,
she being a femmo covert, cannot own the
money with which to pay the taxoi there
on; and further, because sho thinks taxa
tion without representation the sum of all
United .Statei Sanator Ingall, of Kan
sas, who 1ms just returned home, denies
tbe report telegraphed from Washington
that he, while in that city, made strong
ouorii to nave certain lederai ouicei.olderi
removed, and his own particular friend
TKIAI. or WINTEKMU7 K.
ia.kto.v, October 14. Tho district
court begins hero to-day, at which the
case against Wintorrnute, for tho murder
of Secretary McCook, will come up. The
case will bo vlgoroasly contested from tho
start, and tho lint flght will doubtloss b
ono for the formation of a jury with a
view to getting an indictment of man
slaughter instead of murder, if possible.
Shiievki'oiit, October 14. Telegraph
force all well.
Henry D. Molland, age 17; Mri. C. W
uurt, ago ill ; Mr, u. w. Hurt s cbiid, age
4 days ; Flora Temson, age 3; II. G. Hall,
ago 42; Mri. Tabor, ago 80.
V ROM NASIIVILLR.
Nashville, Octobor 14. Tbo grand
Jury to-day found a true bill of murder
in tbe first degreo against young Hogan
for tb killing of R. M. Richards yostor
day. nail wa refuted, and he was sent
New Orleans, October 14. Bacon
oasler at 85'JJc. Otbor quotations same
as yesterday. ,r
Cotton lower ; sales of 20,000 hales.
Chicago, Octobor 14. Flour dull and
Wheat steady j No 1 pring $1 0&1 09;
No 2 $1 2J cash ; 1 01 J seller in Novom
ber; No 3 08J97o.
Corn stotdy; fi 2 mixed 36ccaih,
3737c seller In November.
Oats dull and a shade lower; Nu 2 31 Jc
cub ; 3ljc seller In November.
Rye qtnot and weak ; No t! C3c.
Barley dull and unchanged : Mo 2 fall
$1 35; $1 061 06).
Provisions unlet: meis nork UfiflW.k1
caih; sales at 12jc soils r In January.
wniiKy steady at '.tic.
t. Louis, October 14. Hemp dull and
Flour quiet and unchanged.
Wheat quiet and a shade better; No 2
'JlSl In elevator j fall unchanged ; No 2
rod In demand and firmer; sales at f I M;
No 3 $1 3il 34; No 4 $1 20.
Corn only in leeal demand; markot
firm; No. 2 mixed oflered at 43a cailr ;
Out atoady ; No 2 mixed 35)3&c.
Barley nominal and unchanged ; No '
spring $1 3S1 40; choice Kansaaa
Ryo steady and firm; No 2 G970c.
Pork dull and unchanged; dry aall
Lard unchanged; roll no J HJc.
"Whisky lower and unsettled.
THE CITY NATIONAL
V A 1 M l,
W. s. IUI.LIUAY, r-rMld'Bti
II KNKT 1.. HALLiUlT. Vu.f rtMrns
a. H.HAFKURD, CMor)
Wil.TKR IITHI.OH, liiMlnOuMtr
Uaan L. Hs.Li.iAia
Oao. I). WlLumnoH,
KnsttT tl. Crnsimiftr,
W. P. Halls! ,
atmolifinair, Voim and Uatt)4 Hist
Boaida Vaults sus tVaaal.
H.WOBITH rreelvti, aed
a sjratra! tctklais
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
If OA I Mis.
It. V. Mii.I.kh, resident.
J. M. I'llItUrA, Vice-President.
C'iiah. CUNNINOIUM, Cashier.
OULLKOTIONa PKOMPTLV M. IDK
TaXCllANOK, oolD, Uok sou, sl I laitol
iZi HUtew murlitM Uitiibl anil sold.
sssserval Allowed urn llisse Depot Uta.
)iirtr I Wi trots tl. Itfl).
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAlltO
A. H. SAKKOIU). President;
j w uwm. w iud'I a CUUllit f
ii. HY.HLOF, Secretary and Treasurer
P. M. Ushclit, Cms. (JiLiaasa,
f. a. (Hoesmtu, PiCL (). ftmci,
11. H. CcsmsoBiH, si. V. IUxu&at,
1. H. Vuuun.
Deposited! mar Asssosus xeelvs1frs)si
Tan Casata Upwards.
IMTKHKUT paid od deposits at th rasa ol an
percent, per usum, Much Island Uaptem
ber In. Inlereet not withdrawn Is added Imme
lltuly to the pnnclptl of Ibe deposits, iberebr
giving them compound Interest.
MARRIEIJ WOMIH AD CHIXUMS MAT
0 THAT 10 0a IUI OA DUW IT.
Open ever? business dj from ls.m. to 3 p.m.,
and (Saturday r'.og tor HAVING DKHOSITt
onl, from ( to t o olock.
auotf W. HT8I.OP. Trees urer.
F. M. STOOKFLKTIf,
Itt-clitier and Wholesale IJeuler in
t'OKr.lUX AMD DDMI'.H II!
LIQUORS AND WINES
NO. jX OHIO I.KVEE,
CAIKO. Hi UNO IS
JOI'lsIN k WKBII,
COtJNTllY PHODUOK, (1 it A IN,
t'lonr. Meal, Bacon, Kle.
No. G Howaho's Kow,
Eiri.lheral advances on coiiHiKhnmciitx
Partiea wishing to keep posted with our
market Vf ill please send address.
KEKKItKNCKS -llitnkit and Imslncsn men
of Memphis, Tent-essee.
SAMUEL 1. WHKKLBR,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOIl AT LAW
Office over First National bank. :i.Mm
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office over Klrat National bank. 3-10-3ru
John 11. Mulkey.
Willani C. ilulkey
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OUIce: Eighth atreet, between Com'mer
rial and WasUInyton avenues.
MILLER X PAKKKH,
UEALKUB IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AOBNTd toB FAlBHANK'fl SO A LIB
Ohio i,ve. caiuo, n-Lrsors.
AND ITS CUHK.
Victims ol this awlul disease are found tu
In every neighborhood, in uliuoit evvty
For them and for their friends, we have
tidings nl good ebeer and bope the an
nouncement or a snout Important dlicocry,
11 nn I y baicd upon common sense and rea
on, by which tbe terrible malady la poll
lively controlled, and Ita lctimi arepernu
nelitly restored to health.
CAHII0LATF1) COD LIVER OIL
li not a secret of empirical nostrum. It I i
happy combination ol tuo rvinedlei knowi
to pliyaluians everywhere an the beat tneaiii
ol combating ron-iinipt on. TiiW combliu
tlon Is Mr. Wlllnon ' dl-cr 'erv xml I
I founded upon the following
SOUND HKAftON liStj :
Consumption la decav. Soothlntr. ex beet
nraiit remedies ure only uelill an palliative
they do not reach I be cause I hey do not toj
tbe decay. Tonic medicines strengthen tb
me lorcca anu prolong mn name, nut Hi
decay (,'oen Mendlly on, and sooner or laic
the victim must yield. Climatic chaiiKeaar
omctlmt K"" J. but they seldom vtholl
cure. In short, the tlrst tiling to he dene I
to si ol' the decay ; then apply tin- restors
iitu, ionic mm puhhjim Kiting ireaiuicm
Think a moment. 'I he limys arc dccaylu
tubercle, ulcerations, ca Itlca and depot
dilation carries this poison all over the b d)
vt asiing, loss oi appetite, enervation, inyi
sweats, and alt the terrible symptoms a;
pear; Is It worth while to doctor the yui
loin, which are merely the results, whi
the decay, which is (be cause, Is eating t,
tbe life prlugsi'
i ncse two mitigt arc wmi known i) tl
beat physicians :
I. Caloo lcne Id lio-ltlelv arrests iw-i
It li the most powerful antiseptic In tl
known world. Kcn dead bodies site tir
served by It. Entering Into the circulate
it at once grapples with corruption, i
decay ceases. It purities the sources of d
!2. Cod I.Iver Oil la nature's best assh-ta
In resisting consumption. It Is at once
food, a tonic, a purltler, a healer. It brae
up and supplies the vital forces, feeds t
waned systcui, and enawes nature to rcgn
her loothold. For these purposes notbl
can compare with Cod l.hcr Ull.
CAKnOLATED COD LIVER OIL
Aa described fully In the Inventor's clrciil
which will be mulled, upon application,
We cannot afford spare to tell the win
story here, or to jrlve the numerous cert
catea Irom eminent pbyslrlnns und i
known eitlzcnstcstiryiiiK to the aboliiti
wonderful results MomIiik troin this ft
discovery, ijiifflce it to s) It Is curing tin
sands who supposed lhern'elei to be
Wilson's Carbolatrd Oil Is sclenlitlrui
prepared with tbe purest carbolic acid. ,
combined as to be entirely harmless with
Sweet Nokweoiax t'on Livek On.
From the celebrated tl-herles at Aalesi
(Norwayl, irniKinnceil by phjslelatis
tnot delicate, efflcient collUrroil In
It in easily taken, tolerated by the weal
stomarbs, digests readily, ntu-r bceoi
rancid, and Is alinoet Mill rely tree from
usual dlnirreea )l vharaeu-rlstics of
For every use of cod liver oil Mr. Willst
discovery ia of the (greatest value.
Kor the safe Internal adml istratlon
carbolic acid Mr. Willson'a me'od or e
blnlnK it with cod liver oil Is absolutely l
A Tl rS-l T A m w a
1 a specific and radical cure for
f I V -Tv-T- I T--T- tr I , . . . -r- -
AND SCROFULOUS: DISEASE-'J
Ketacmhcr the name, "Wlll-on's Cai
Uted Cod Liver Oil." It comes In Is
wedfe-sliaped bottles, hrarlm; the Inv
tor's xlgaature, aud It sold by the best di
Prepared by J. H. WIllson.M John. St , .N
SOU) 11V AM. IIRL'flOIHTrt.
RlcnAKlisoNi Co., tit. Louis, ) Whole
II UM.HUT tc Kdha LL,Chicago.
H.1 .iAw lv
OF ST. LOUIS.
Are Suited (o all Climate
AND FAMOUS FOU DEIXO
BEST TO USE!
CHEAPEST TO BUY II
EASIEST TO SELL I
. U(&- 1'snious for doing mora an
iMGfe BETTER COOKINI
jK Qulrber andsTheapi
sssai mvj kiiast I I si vat
s-amous ron civino
rfe. Satisfaction iTcrjwnoi
.'OAK!, - AXO BBI50
--' Especially Adapt)
Fiiis or mi sow
O. W. II K N D li II S O N ,
1- il.tw ly
B. T. PARKER,
(Successor to l'arker 4 lllale.)
PAINTS AND Oil
Aad tb ealabraua illumlnatla
DOS8' LOILDIKa; CO! llTHsVT.
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